Calvin Fridy Kendig,, American financial consultant, electrical engineer, consultant. Achievements include patents for specialty tools to be worn on fingers to hold objects in place; patents for carburetor body designed to pre-cool airflow by utilizing uniform fuel flow; research in hypolon cable problems used in nuclear power plants.
Kendig,, Calvin Fridy was born on June 18, 1953 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Calvin Fridy and Margurette Erb Kendig.
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1976.
Construction engineer Bechtel Power Corporation, San Francisco, 1976—1986. Project manager Weston Engineering, West Chester, Pennsylvania, 1986—1989, Barton Malow Engineering, Sarasota, Florida, 1989—1990. Owner Kendig Corporation, 1990—1994.
Branch manager, owner SunAmerica Securities, since 1994. Senior consultant United States Environmental Protection Agency, Sarasota, 1992—1993. Senior advisory member John Nuveen and Company, Sarasota, 1997—2001.
Advisory member National Captains Association, Sarasota, 2000—2002. Captain United States Coast Guard.
President Civilian Law Enforcement Association, Sarasota, 2002, Sarasota Expansion Board, Sarasota, 1998. Vice president Center for Positive Living, 1995. Honorary board directors Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Society Florida, Bradenton, 1992, American Cancer Society, Sarasota, 1990.
Honorary member cabinet Governor Dick Thornburgh, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1984. Member of Citizen Emergency Response Team Association (president Sarasota chapter), Association Professional Engineers, Association Registered Investment Advisors, Association Registered Finance Consultant (certified estate advisor).